About me


I work on making high-resolution images of stars and their environments from noise-corrupted measurements, such as interferometric data from CHARA, NPOI and VLTI, or light-curves from photometric instruments.

In all cases the data is not readily interpretable, very scarce, and requires the application of so-called inverse methods to recover an actual image.

My research is focused on devising new software or hardware techniques to significantly improve the imaging quality, since this ultimately drives the scientific interpretation of the astronomical phenomena.


Cooking, Computer games, Reading philosophy, GNU/Linux software.